Storytelling shows and other events


Tuesday 9 April from 7-10pm. Doors 6.30pm. 

Milk and Cookies: "Fail"

Chocolate Factory, King's Inn Street, Dublin 1  


After the astounding (if somewhat chilly) success of our last show, Milk & Cookies has decided to move into the Chocolate Factory for keeps! That's right, from now on the Milk & Cookies monthly show will be taking place at the one and only Chocolate Factory on King's Inn Street. Tell your friends!

Milk and Cookie Stories is for anyone who has a story to tell, or wants to hear a tale told well, in a relaxed, friendly environment - a place with tea, cushions, cookies and friends. Our event is free, everyone is welcome and we welcome stories of all kinds.

This month we're looking for the kind of stories that would neatly fit into the category of *EPIC FAIL*. We want the kind of gut-wrenching misadventures you overhear at the back of the Nitelink after a Friday in Coppers, or the deeply shameful false-steps you made during your awkward adolescence in that desperate scramble to assemble a workable identity that allowed you entry into some coveted social circle. Or maybe you once fell off a skateboard or something. You know, "FAIL!".

But of course our theme is just a guideline and we welcome stories of all kinds. About failure. Dirty, shameful failure.

Our Featured Storyteller this month is Steven Clare. A young writer and performance poet living in Dublin, Steven's stories have a tendency to press hard on that nerve that just plain makes you feel bad for and simultaneously impressed by the person telling them. He is currently attempting to not fail at school. Again.


Admission FREE

Doors open 6.30pm.


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